Education Archive

Gerald LeTendre, Penn State University – Will We See Robots in Our Child’s Classroom?

Is ChatGPT the professor of the future? Gerald LeTendre, Harry Lawrence Batshelet II Chair and professor

Lindsey Davis, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Projects Narrow Self-Efficacy Gaps for Women

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Narrowing self-efficacy gaps for women is crucial. Lindsey

Sarah Stanlick, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Failing Forward with Project-Based Learning

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Can a negative project experience still provide benefits

Ryan Madan, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – The Unexpected (and Expected) Benefits of Projects in the Humanities

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: A capstone project in the arts and humanities

Kimberly LeChasseur, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Project-Based Learning: More is Better

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week: Can too much of a good thing be

Kris Wobbe, Worcester Polytechnic Institute – Maximizing Learning through High-Impact Practices

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Benefits of Project-Based Learning Week:  Developing high-impact practices for students can be beneficial

Morgan Polikoff, University of Southern California – Why Aren’t Parents as Worried as Experts about COVID’s Effects on Kids?

Why aren’t parents as worried as experts about COVID’S effect on children? Morgan Polikoff, professor of

Gay Ivey, University of North Carolina-Greensboro – Teens and Disturbing Books

Should we restrict what books children can read? Gay Ivey, William E. Moran distinguished professor in

Cynthia Standley, University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix – Interpreting Research Through an Artist’s Eyes

Artists and researchers could have a lot to collaborate on. Cynthia Standley, professor in the department

Samantha Goldman, Assumption University – The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Special Educators

On Assumption University Week: COVID-19 hit educators hard, especially those who teach special education students. Samantha